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Juifs et Arabes au XXème siècle

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Knowledge management in Higher Education : a comparison between individualistic and collectivist cultures

The research discusses the impact of national culture on the processes of knowledge management (KM) in Higher Education. In particular, it focuses on the extent to which teamwork approaches to IC development are favoured in individualistic and collectivist cultures.

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La face cahée du Che

Countless intellectuals have sung the praises of Che, without having read a single line of his writing, projecting their own fantasies onto a personage who has been reduced to two photos: the one of a man in a beret with a single star, looking into a distant future which he doubtless imagined wou

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La gestion des Ressources Humaines vers de nouveaux défis

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Los secretos de la dinastia Castro

CUBA : Una hermosa isla dominada desde 1959 por los hermanos Castro cuyas ciudades se cean a pedazos y cuya poblacion trata de huir por todos los médios.

LA DINASTIA CASTRO : La realidad de le Revolution, un régimen comunista controlado por dos hermanos y por su camarilla.

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Psychology of performance and preference : advantages, disavantages, drivers and obstacles to the achievement of congruence

The marketing literature suggests that customers are satisfied when there is congruence between performances (products and management behaviours) on the one hand, and preferences (whether for management behaviours or products) on the other.

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Purchasers in provider mode

The music education business is worth an estimated 5 million in the UK each year.

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Researchers in Higher Education : a neglected focus of study

The literature on higher education acknowledges the importance of context to the effective completion of research by postgraduate students but overlooks to study the importance of this factor for academics in higher education.

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The impact of personality and gender on branding decisions

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